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7th Nov 19, 4:55pm
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Morten Bech and Codruta Boar of the Bank for International Settlements cast an eye over the ever evolving payments landscape
Morten Bech and Codruta Boar of the Bank for International Settlements cast an eye over the ever evolving payments landscape
7th Nov 19, 4:55pm
7th Nov 19, 1:26pm
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Diane Coyle argues 'dematerialisation' of economies demands a more nuanced understanding of what drives productivity
Diane Coyle argues 'dematerialisation' of economies demands a more nuanced understanding of what drives productivity
7th Nov 19, 1:26pm
6th Nov 19, 4:48pm
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Yu Yongding rejects the notion that structural reform should take precedence over GDP growth in China
Yu Yongding rejects the notion that structural reform should take precedence over GDP growth in China
6th Nov 19, 4:48pm
3rd Nov 19, 6:00am
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Reda Cherif and Fuad Hasanov argue that a true industrial policy is essentially a technology and innovation policy, with technology and innovation key to economic growth
Reda Cherif and Fuad Hasanov argue that a true industrial policy is essentially a technology and innovation policy, with technology and innovation key to economic growth
3rd Nov 19, 6:00am
2nd Nov 19, 1:25pm
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All you need to know about how to get the lowest home loan rates available in New Zealand, from China Construction Bank (NZ) Ltd
All you need to know about how to get the lowest home loan rates available in New Zealand, from China Construction Bank (NZ) Ltd
2nd Nov 19, 1:25pm
31st Oct 19, 11:42am
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Payments trends 2020 InFocus: Strategies to prepare for the future of payments
Payments trends 2020 InFocus: Strategies to prepare for the future of payments
31st Oct 19, 11:42am
28th Oct 19, 9:10am
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The real problem with the phase one trade accord between the US and China is the basic structure of the deal into which it presumably fits. From trade to currency, the approach is the same – prescribing bilateral remedies for multilateral problems
The real problem with the phase one trade accord between the US and China is the basic structure of the deal into which it presumably fits. From trade to currency, the approach is the same – prescribing bilateral remedies for multilateral problems
28th Oct 19, 9:10am
26th Oct 19, 9:18am
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Yao Yang argues that the basic ingredients for sustained growth are long-established in classical economics, but have been forgotten in an age of shifting economic ideas
Yao Yang argues that the basic ingredients for sustained growth are long-established in classical economics, but have been forgotten in an age of shifting economic ideas
26th Oct 19, 9:18am
22nd Oct 19, 10:49am
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Paola Subacchi sees current US policies fragmenting the trade and financial system that has underpinned the global economy for decades. Now the stage could be set for a devastating conflict, she says
Paola Subacchi sees current US policies fragmenting the trade and financial system that has underpinned the global economy for decades. Now the stage could be set for a devastating conflict, she says
22nd Oct 19, 10:49am
19th Oct 19, 9:59am
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Brendon Harre asks if Wellington is perpetually stuck being a sleepy government town that is incapable of being entrepreneurial in its public policy making
Brendon Harre asks if Wellington is perpetually stuck being a sleepy government town that is incapable of being entrepreneurial in its public policy making
19th Oct 19, 9:59am
19th Oct 19, 9:41am
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Duncan Greive profiles Jarrod Kerr, Kiwibank's chief economist who is curious why low interest rates don't induce businesses and governments to invest to catch up our long-term infrastructure deficits
Duncan Greive profiles Jarrod Kerr, Kiwibank's chief economist who is curious why low interest rates don't induce businesses and governments to invest to catch up our long-term infrastructure deficits
19th Oct 19, 9:41am
19th Oct 19, 9:14am
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As finance ministers gather for the World Bank and International Monetary Fund’s annual meetings, they will face no shortage of urgent matters to discuss. But they should not deflect attention from even more pressing long-term challenges
As finance ministers gather for the World Bank and International Monetary Fund’s annual meetings, they will face no shortage of urgent matters to discuss. But they should not deflect attention from even more pressing long-term challenges
19th Oct 19, 9:14am
17th Oct 19, 3:17pm
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NZIER takes issue with Keith Woodford's view that GDP understates the economic contribution of agribusiness to NZ, arguing it's only measuring what GDP is supposed to measure and excludes exports
NZIER takes issue with Keith Woodford's view that GDP understates the economic contribution of agribusiness to NZ, arguing it's only measuring what GDP is supposed to measure and excludes exports
17th Oct 19, 3:17pm
17th Oct 19, 10:54am
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New Zealand Taxpayers' Union economist Joe Ascroft says substantially cutting the 30% tax rate on income earned over $48,000 would send a strong message
New Zealand Taxpayers' Union economist Joe Ascroft says substantially cutting the 30% tax rate on income earned over $48,000 would send a strong message
17th Oct 19, 10:54am
15th Oct 19, 10:14am
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Zhang Jun argues that unleasing the private sector's full potential is the key to ensuring 30 more years of growth in China
Zhang Jun argues that unleasing the private sector's full potential is the key to ensuring 30 more years of growth in China
15th Oct 19, 10:14am
12th Oct 19, 9:42am
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The history of publicly-owned lending institutions shows that they can play a valuable role in addressing needs left unmet by the market. The key to success lies in governance and avoiding mission drift
The history of publicly-owned lending institutions shows that they can play a valuable role in addressing needs left unmet by the market. The key to success lies in governance and avoiding mission drift
12th Oct 19, 9:42am
10th Oct 19, 11:04am
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If we want to assure our export markets and tourists that we are actually a clean sustainable country, we actually have to prove it, freshwater ecologist Russell Death writes for The Spinoff
If we want to assure our export markets and tourists that we are actually a clean sustainable country, we actually have to prove it, freshwater ecologist Russell Death writes for The Spinoff
10th Oct 19, 11:04am
6th Oct 19, 2:28pm
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Fathom Consulting's Ritush Dalmia decides to become a boring Homo Economicus and to strip back the complexity of real economic life to reveal the underlying mechanisms
Fathom Consulting's Ritush Dalmia decides to become a boring Homo Economicus and to strip back the complexity of real economic life to reveal the underlying mechanisms
6th Oct 19, 2:28pm
5th Oct 19, 10:16am
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Yuen Yuen Ang explains how cronyism and economic success go hand in hand under the Communist Party of China's rule
Yuen Yuen Ang explains how cronyism and economic success go hand in hand under the Communist Party of China's rule
5th Oct 19, 10:16am
5th Oct 19, 10:02am
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Mariana Mazzucato calls reform of the platform-dominated market for personal data the main economic challenge of our time
Mariana Mazzucato calls reform of the platform-dominated market for personal data the main economic challenge of our time
5th Oct 19, 10:02am

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